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Postby admin » 01 Dec 2008, 19:19

TOUGHER action is on the cards for kerb crawlers in Hull as police and other agencies roll out a new strategy on prostitution.

Citysafe, which drew together the strategy, says between 250 and 300 women are estimated to have worked as prostitutes in the city over the past decade. They include a core group whose members live round the Hessle Road area and work locally or in the nearby Myton Street area. Others, who live in outlying districts of the city, travel in to work by bus or car.

The vast majority –- 95 per cent – are believed to be using Class A drugs and, according to figures from the Drugs Intervention Programme, of the top 20 most prolific drug offenders five are female. Of these, four have "incredibly long criminal records" and "are known to be extremely active in street prostitution".

Councillors are this week due to discuss the new strategy, which favours targeting enforcement action mainly against those who want to buy sex.

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50 kerb crawling arrests in Hull

Postby admin » 30 Nov 2009, 14:39

More than 50 people have been arrested in Hull following a clampdown of kerb crawlers over the past two weeks. Humberside Police in Hull are urging those looking for prostitutes to stay away or face arrest as part of a zero tolerance operation.

The operation has been prompted by rising concerns from residents over anti-social behaviour associated with the sex trade. Undercover officers will continue to be deployed to gather evidence against offenders.

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Re: 50 kerb crawling arrests in Hull

Postby gary » 30 Nov 2009, 21:16

That must be a real strange sight 50 men crawling on there hands and knees along the kerb


any pictures

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Kerb crawlers to attend seminars on sex trade

Postby admin » 01 Dec 2009, 13:30

Kerb crawlers caught by police as part of a major clampdown are to attend a rehabilitation seminar rather than be dragged through the courts. Police in Hull have arrested more than 50 people during the two-week operation in the city centre. Women police officers posed as prostitutes to attract unsuspecting men.

All those arrested are being conditionally cautioned and sent on a day-long course, which they have to pay for, so they can understand the wider implications of their involvement with the sex trade.

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Hull kerb crawling operation 'success'

Postby admin » 05 Apr 2010, 08:54

A police crackdown to clear kerb crawlers from the streets of Hull has been hailed a success. Humberside Police said since the operation began in December there had a been a 70% reduction in the number of kerb crawlers in the city.

Twenty men were arrested for soliciting sex in the latest part of crackdown. Det Chf Insp Alastair O'Neil said: "This is a squalid, sordid business which has no place on the streets in Hull."

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Hull Police clampdown nets kerb-crawlers

Postby admin » 24 Feb 2011, 19:08

Four kerb crawlers have been arrested following a police clampdown on Hessle Road. Officers targeted the street, along with Myton Road, in a bid to drive street prostitution from the area. Four prostitutes were also taken off the streets by the police after being issued with a warning.

Sergeant Craig Nixon, of the Riverside Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: "We have had complaints from neighbours in the Hessle Road area about the number of condoms lying around which suggests prostitutes were plying their trade around there. The kerb crawlers were arrested on the spot.

"With this operation we are targeting pimps and customers rather than punishing the prostitutes. We have a yellow card system for prostitutes. The first time we issue a yellow card we refer them to an organisation such as Lighthouse which can help them. There is usually an underlying problem such as alcohol or drug addict. If caught a second time they are given a sterner warning and will be arrested if they are discovered on the streets for a third time."

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200 kerb-crawlers caught in Hull red-light area operation

Postby admin » 11 Mar 2011, 18:38

ALMOST 200 kerb-crawlers have been arrested as part of a crackdown on street prostitution in Hull. The men have been forced to sign contracts pledging not to return to the city's red-light district after being caught trawling for prostitutes. They were caught after Humberside Police set up a sexual exploitation team 18 months ago.

The men were arrested while picking up women in Hessle Road and in the traditional red-light area around Myton Street and Osborne Street, in the city centre.

Police said men from "all walks of life" have been caught kerb-crawling, from unemployed men to successful professionals, including surgeons. PC Jon Barratt, from the team, said: "Many people think prostitution is a victimless crime, but that couldn't be further from the truth. We see the girls as victims of circumstance – 95 per cent of them are dependent on Class A drugs. By targeting the kerb-crawlers, and reducing the market for prostitution, it helps them to get the help they need.

"In the past, we would have never tackled the kerb-crawlers. It was always about targeting the girls and the men would get away with it. The men don't seem to think of it as particularly being a crime, but they are the ones putting the girls into that situation. If we get rid of the kerb-crawlers, it will push the girls into engaging with support services.

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Hull prostitution cut by police clampdown

Postby admin » 30 Mar 2011, 17:24

The number of prostitutes working in Hull has dropped by about half since a team was set up to target kerb-crawlers, police have said. The team set up 18 months ago switched the emphasis from arresting sex workers to dealing with their customers. Since then, about 250 men have been dealt with by police, most being sent on courses to change their behaviour.

The subsequent drop in demand had seen the number of prostitutes operating in the city drop from about 100 to 50. Humberside Police said that only one man had reoffended since being caught in the city's red light district during the clampdown. The police operation has been organised in conjunction with the city council and voluntary groups in Hull.

Sex workers have been be guided to agencies which can help them leave the trade. Those arrested for soliciting have been sent to specialist education programmes designed to change their behaviour.

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Re: Hull prostitution cut by police clampdown

Postby Fritigern » 31 Mar 2011, 15:58

"specialist education programmes", how Stalin, Mao Tse Tung and Pol Pot would have approved.

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Re: Hull prostitution cut by police clampdown

Postby gary » 05 Apr 2011, 06:24

Wonder if its similar to brain washing

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Re: Hull prostitution cut by police clampdown

Postby admin » 05 Apr 2011, 08:18

Fritigern wrote:"specialist education programmes", how Stalin, Mao Tse Tung and Pol Pot would have approved.


gary wrote:Wonder if its similar to brain washing


Following the Communist Party of China's victory in 1949 girls from brothels were rounded up and sent to 're-education' centres. Some estimates put the number of girls as high as 100,00.

This picture of one of the centres in Beijing suggests it might not have been too good for the girls

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Re: Hull prostitution cut by police clampdown

Postby Kimjongil » 05 Apr 2011, 13:32

So the City Council were involved in the re-education programme. Bet it is a socialist council.
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18 kerb-crawlers arrested in six-night operation

Postby admin » 06 Apr 2011, 20:46

POLICE have said they will continue work to drive kerb-crawlers out of Hull city centre. Officers arrested 18 men during a six-night operation to reduce street prostitution in the city. Operation Mule was run by Humberside Police's sexual exploitation team, which tackles kerb-crawlers rather than women working on the streets. Almost 200 men have been arrested for kerb-crawling since the team was set up 18 months ago.

Detective Constable Alex Longbone said: "The operation ran very much alongside our day-to-day work, but was just more intensive because we had more resources available to us. We will definitely be doing similar operations again in the future and continuing with our work in the meantime."

The operation, which ran for two nights each month in January, February and March, involved extra officers being drafted in to support the exploitation team. During the latest operation, 15 women were also arrested and cautioned for soliciting. One of those women was charged to appear in court after receiving her third caution in less than three months. When the women are cautioned, they are given "yellow cards", which refer them to charities and groups for support.

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